This past Monday night, the board of Teaneck Baseball Organization met for the final time of the 2016/2017 season. During the meeting, the board nominated and elected David Greenberg as its new president. Greenberg has served on the board for many years in various capacities, including
The Storm has just completed its final season of travel AAU basketball in Bergen County. The Storm has participated in 12 seasons in the Hoop Heaven Waldwick basketball league. The Storm is comprised of athletes from the local Jewish High Schools—Frisch, SAR, and TABC. The Storm has won countless games and three league
Congratulations to the Royals for winning the West Orange MTL majors championship. The game went into extra innings, showcasing the talents of both teams. Pitchers Eli Spivak and Jacob Shapiro showed true grace under pressure. Coaches Marc Spivak and Marc Shapiro helped lead the team to victory.
June 18 was championship Sunday for Yavneh Youth League (YYL) with junior and senior division teams competing through the early drizzle and sunshine in front of family and friends. The games were the culmination of the season for over 300 players across 24 junior and senior divisions teams The morning
On Saturday night, June 18, the semi-finals were held at the Jewish Center of Teaneck and Ben Porat Yosef. After three of the four quarterfinal games went into overtime the week before, the fans came ready for more hard-fought, competitive games.
At the Jewish Center, Embroidme
The Kushner Cobras took home the MYHSAL girls varsity hockey championship this past Wednesday night, putting the finishing touches on an undefeated 2017-2018 campaign. Winning the game, played in Frisch against the Ma’ayanot Rapids, was no easy task. For Ma’ayanot, a trip to the finals was nothing new, having appeared in almost
The Jewish Link of New Jersey and Gotham Burger would like to recognize 16-year-old Jonathan Kirsch as this week’s Sportstar of the Week. Kirsch, a rising senior at the Rae Kushner Yeshiva High School, is coming off of a terrific season for the Kushner Cobras. Batting.450 with seven RBIs and 11 stolen bases, he
Sitting on the grass at the Columbus Ohio JCC, after losing the first two games of the Jewish Baseball World Series on Mother’s Day, the Kushner Cobras were understandably dejected. Fast forward to Father’s Day and the Cobras flipped the script, defeating the Frisch Cougars 2-1 in a riveting yeshiva
FC Teaneck Thunder (U16) capped the spring soccer season with a dream run to an undefeated season, securing back-to-back championships in the competitive Northern Counties Soccer Association. After clinching last year’s spring 2016 division championship, the team had stumbled to its only loss in the season’s final game. This time, the
The 2017 Martin Weiselberg Memorial Hockey Tournament took place on Sunday May 21, in Yeshiva Har Torah in Queens. Eight junior high hockey teams gathered to compete for the crown of the most prestigious and the longest running hockey tournament in any age group in the tri-state area. The teams were broken up into groups of four, with two